The Richmond Times-Dispatch covered Impact Makers’ new DC Metro office, recent restructuring, and new community partner on April 18, 2019, in “Richmond-based Impact Makers opens Tysons Corner office, restructures governance” by John Reid Blackwell.
The article focuses on Impact Makers’ commitment to our DC Metro employees, clients, and community through our all profits to charity model.
- The Tysons Corner, Virginia office has 12 employees and supports multiple clients including D.C.-area Fortune 200 firms.
- Homestretch, a Falls Church-based organization that helps families address the root causes of homelessness, is Impact Makers newest community partner, receiving financial and pro bono support.
- Lewis Broome has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer. He had been Impact Makers’ Vice President of Data Services since 2016.
- The Board of Directors approved a governance chance that aligns closer with benefit corporation and B Corp guidelines and allows more involvement from Impact Makers’ stakeholders, including Virginia Community Capital and The Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond.
Check out the RTD article.
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